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ROYAL MAIL MOTOR COACHES AKAROA AND LITTLE RIVER. 1)11 KINGTON'S Motor Cc.iches leave Afcama daily at 'Jr. m. to con' tct vUh :i*i.l dxv train al little River. ft v.. ly 'I'uosdny thi l motors will leave ■lt:r*>a .if. !i oVI.v k, ifi rnnf* fi-in I.'t.'if 1.3-; n ~: .■ ■ ai .-t -iii -UK;-D .V :;0 K:»ii-.1-',; 4. Mail caw.ii sun <v v vn 1 , Ira- Akana 9 r. ii' , 11-10 Hi l - -urn Liill Hiver. FARE 7. Telegrams: Piikington, Ak.i-o-i. Telephone No. 5, A!;.*roa DLIS PRICHARD, JONES AND MAITLAND Dental Surgeons. BARLOW 3 BUI! DINGS, CORNEI HEREFOIiD AND COLON 13 J SHEETS CFIBISTCOURCH, Teleph kg 1101. rox 231 §N[ chapped hands, cbiflatt.coltl-Hrcs.ecieiiK. mH |u| rancid («!s anil ralncrtl poison, tcia;; mate "Kgl _W oal * *'"" " !r ' ,c,, '">■» r ***" e <>«'*» l pliois, K§ ' Bold at nil ehtmists and itom at 1/8 p«i- bo*, rami'. «{j.,3/6(«oi}*':<«)'«(J nearly/our iim.s as mucfti i at. f §*/«»/*«• ib™«T«*# / r *«*- BllI( <•** *-• Sl I B its r sYZ* VOUR^l' n ftaaaaKaaaiaaatgHaaa \\. \ 9 VI '. ■•, > t V *, 'j • | Harbours Myriads of ; ! Disease Germs, X l\fO luatter »'Ow sanitarily clean a ] 11 city may be, there are enough ■ microbes to contaminate everybody. ' ; We are surrounded by gerras*which cany, breed, nourish aud support ' • disease if we give Lliem a chance, and | this we do—as a rule—from ignorI ance, but quite often from negligence ' in keeping th*? skin in a sanitary 1 ! condition. . . , Germ life, the recj ognised basis of disease, is trausmitI ted through the air on to the skin, or by contact per medium of the bands, due to handling coins or other , articles swarming with them. In this j way the germs are carried to the ■ month or abrased skin surface, the result is, if you are weak or the skin ; broken, serious disease follows. Always use Zam-Buk Soap in I the daily cleansing of the skin and i the germs that alight on it are at j once destroyed. It is a powerful ger- | micide.-aud at the sanie time creates I skin health, purity and softness. | From Chcniist.l, Stores, and TUe Zam-Buk | MJg. Co. 39 Pitt Sirctt, Sidney I f I ii t 3f m iff % K. ■■ ■■ ' f «! w l>: s j y '■' i t' t Iw f r

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4357, 16 December 1913

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4357, 16 December 1913

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